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Asian Culture & Experiences

Explore Boston's diverse Asian experiences in Boston and beyond. Visit Chinatown for authentic cuisine, or take an afternoon or evening stroll along the Greenway's Chinatown Park.

Events, Activities & Attractions

My Japan Journey Podcast

Tune in to My Japan Journey, JSB’s very own podcast! Our exciting series explores, through interviews, the untold stories behind the cultural encounters that have transformed our guest’s lives. Find us on Spotify , Google Podcasts, and Soundcloud!

Streaming Collection: Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

Resilience, ingenuity, creativity. Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have enriched America's history, society and culture and are instrumental to our past, present and future. This month, and every month, we celebrate their values, beliefs and traditions and their...

The Japanese House at Boston Children's Museum

Welcome to the Japanese House! Walk down the street, take off your shoes, and step into an authentic two-story silk merchant's home from Kyoto, Japan. Families can explore every corner of this fully-equipped Japanese house reconstructed in Boston by Japanese carpenters. Japanese...

Sake 101

Sake is an ancient, complex and unique beverage. In this class you will learn about the ingredients needed to produce sake, the main styles and types, and how to understand the aromas and flavors. This is the perfect introduction to one of our favorite beverages, and will help...


Pre-recorded Remarks by Mayor Michelle Wu Paul Lee, Retired Partner, Goodwin Procter LLP; Phil Tajitsu Nash, Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund; and Representative Tram Nguyen; Moderated by Honorable Catherine Ham, Associate Justice, Massachusetts Superior Court...

Anime Boston

Anime Boston is a three-day convention held annually in Boston, Massachusetts, USA under the supervision of the New England Anime Society. Our focus is to celebrate and promote Japanese animation, comics, and pop-culture. While the main focus on Anime Boston has always been...

BOSTON Hong Kong Dragon Boat Festival

The Boston Dragon Boat Festival takes place annually on the banks of the Charles River in Boston and Cambridge. Starting in 1979, Boston Dragon Boat Festival, the first and oldest such festival in North America, has grown from a small neighborhood event commemorating the death in...

Chinatown Main Street Summer Festival

Join us for the 18th Annual Chinatown Main Street Summer Festival - a street fair with vendors, Lion Dance, Martial Arts, and other performances.

Chinatown Main Street

Click through for the Boston Chinatown Business Directory.

Japan Society of Boston

Fosters friendships between Japanese and American citizens through cultural, business, educational,...

The Chinatown Project

The Chinatown Project is committed to revealing the people, stories, and history behind your local...


The only bilingual Chines-English Newspaper in New England.

Chinese Culture Connection

Promotes intercultural harmony, strengthens diverse communities and builds bridges between American...


Boston’s Chinatown is one of the city’s smallest yet most vibrant neighborhoods. Chinatown’s location—at a geographic crossroads within Boston—has shaped its legacy and contributed to its character.

The Rose Kennedy Greenway is a 17-acre contemporary public park cut through the heart of Boston. From vibrantly lit pieces featuring Chinatown's history to interactive sculptures, this park offers many permanent and rotating exhibits to enjoy during your adventures around #BostonUSA.